How much is it going to cost?

This answer would be easy to answer if every yard was the same and that is where our experience helps save our customers time and hopefully money.   Factors affecting price include what prep work needs to be done, the size, quantity and type of plants that are being installed, color, size and amount of rock, how much real or synthetic grass and the extent of the irrigation system.  A plant in a smaller pot can mature to the same size as one that comes in a larger pot but purchasing smaller plants is usually less expensive and less time consuming to plant but some people want the immediate gratification of larger plants.  

As a licensed, bonded and insured contractor there are some "behind the scenes costs" that customers do not see that some companies who are not properly licensed have.  These may include the cost of insurance and proper licensing.  Not all companies are licensed contractors and there are many reasons homeowners should hire a licensed contractor.  On Time Landscaping is a licensed, bonded and insured contractor.

 Click here to read some reasons why this is important.    

Something to consider is if the landscaping you have installed can reduce your reoccurring expenses within your home and increase the value of your home more than the cost to have it installed and maintained.  The Arbor Day Foundations website has compiled some interesting statistics.   Here are just a few:

 Trees properly placed around buildings can reduce air conditioning needs by 30% and can save 20% to 50% in energy used for heating. USDA Forest Service 

  1.  The net cooling effect of a young, healthy tree is equivalent to ten room-size air conditioners operating 20 hours a day. U.S. Department of Agriculture 
  2.  Healthy, mature trees add an average of 10% to a property’s value. USDA Forest Service 
  3.  A mature tree can often have an appraised value of between $1,000 and $10,000. Council of Tree and Landscape Appraisers 

If you know what installed you want email us the list so we can put a proposal together.  

If you need help choosing plants we might be able to help.    The Southern Nevada Water Authority has a plant search tool on their website that help clients. Click here.


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